47SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Banks and credit unions are subject to many of the same laws and regulations. But the difference is in how the bank and credit union regulators implement these laws and regulations.The latest example of these differences was highlighted by Credit Union Times. The article looked at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) recently issued new civil money penalty guidance and Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) supervision procedures and then looked at what NCUA is doing.With regard to civil money penalties, National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Public Affairs Specialist John Fairbanks stated that the agency has not assessed civil money penalties for regulatory violations since Debbie Matz was named chairman of the NCUA. The only exception is for credit unions that are late in filing their call reports. Debbie Matz was named chairman of NCUA in 2009. Over that same time period, banks have been subject to numerous civil money penalties for various regulatory violations. continue reading »
Virginia Margaret Zacharias Miller, 96, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away Monday, June 20, 2016.She was born Tuesday, December 30, 1919 in Alexandria, KY, daughter of the late Adam Zacharias and the late Florence Estelle Park Zacharias.She was a member of Hartford Methodist Church and also attended Aberdeen United Methodist Church. Virginia was a member of the Happy Homemakers Home Ec Club for 60 years, she was a Charter member of the Order of Eastern Star, Versailles Branch. She loved being a homemaker, was a wonderful cook, enjoyed sewing and cross stitch, often making gifts for her grandchildren. Virginia collected teapots, canned vegetables, jams, jellies and pickles. She was a very social person, she gave a lot of love and received a lot of love. Virginia avidly read her Bible, her faith and family were very important to her. She loved children and especially loved her family.Surviving are children, Nancy (Doug) Jeffries of Aurora, IN, Charles Miller of Dillsboro, IN, William (Sandi) Miller of Lawrenceburg, IN; grandchildren, Amy (Scott) Bishop, Abby (David) Ebel, Dawn (Alan)Miller, Lori (George) Schwipps,Chris (Tim) Kent, Kami (Brian) Blakeman, Tim (Claudia) Miller, Zach (Laura) Miller, Sarah Miller, Joe Miller and Patricia Dehne (late Geoffrey Miller); 13 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband of 57 years, Dolph, a son, Thomas H. Miller, a grandson, Geoffrey Miller and 4 siblings.Friends will be received Noon – 2:00 PM, Saturday, June 25, 2016 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, at 2:00 pm with Tom Largent officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, IndianaContributions may be made to the Cass Union Scholarship Fund. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
He continued:I say this out of genuine personal experience. I did not have the luxury of a childhood where I was able to dismiss sectarianism as ‘the sort of thing those dreadful northerners get up to,’ a phrase I have heard more than once trip off the tongue in these United Dioceses. I am one of those aforementioned ‘dreadful Northerners.’Sectarianism in his home, he said, “was exercised by those with clinical brilliance who sought to eat such people up in a power game of politics and dominance”.Returning to his impressions from his position in Dublin and Wicklow, the Archbishop said that the most “personally devastating” attitude he has encountered in the diocese was “a deeply dug in antagonism to difference on the part of those who trumpet pluralism”. He said he has found this “to be the most alarming of all”.Read: Protestant FG councillors say their schools are being discriminated against >Read: Bethany Home survivors call for cross-border investigation into neglect >Read: 37.5 per cent of students believe in God (and 3 per cent are Jedi) > THE CHURCH OF IRELAND Archbishop Of Dublin has spoken of his “deep and shattering sadness” to find that sectarianism is alive within the church’s community in Dublin and Wicklow.Making a presidential address to delegates from the Dublin and Glendalough diocesan council, Archbishop Michael Jackson said that since arriving to the position in 2011 he has been saddened not to find the “all tolerant, all liberal, all inclusive” community he expected:I have learned through much bitter experience that exclusionary attitudes, and indeed sectarianism itself, is alive not least in the Church of Ireland community; to me this has been a deep and shattering sadness.